Updated: November 06, 2018
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9 Places to Try Best Pho in Tokyo

Japanese people love Vietnamese cuisines especially pho! There are lots of good Vietnamese restaurants with good pho in Tokyo, so check out the following places!

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Saigon Restaurant (Ikebukuro)

Located around a 4 minute walk from Ikebukuro station East exit, Saigon Restaurant was featured on Michelin Tokyo 2016 and 2017! Their pho is refreshing and light but has deep taste. They have several kinds of pho too, so make sure to check them out. They also have Japanese-Vietnamese fusion cuisines! People generally spend ¥1,000~2,000 for lunch and ¥3,000~4,000 for dinner.

Pho Viet (Ikebukuro)

Pho Viet is also located in Ikebukuro, just a two minute walk distance from Ikebukuro station west exit. They mainly serve pho but also offer other Vietnamese cuisines! The chef has an experience in serving historical President of the US in 2000s when the former President Clinton visited Vietnam. They offer lots of vegetable, fish and meat cuisines, and their pho menu is extensive! Their pho is available at ¥780 during lunch time and around ¥900~1000 for dinner. If you are looking for a reasonable and good pho, check this place out!

Vietnam Chan (Shinjuku)

Vietnam Chan is located just a few minute walk from Shinokubo station. They offer delicious pho like "Beef shabu shabu pho" and chicken pho! People generally spend ¥4,000~5,000 for dinner, but for lunch you can have Pho set meal at a really reasonable price (around ¥850). They also have lots of Vietnamese street food, so if you want to order several dishes, you should check out Vietnam Chan!

MY-LE (Kamata)

My-le is an extremely popular Vietnamese restaurant located in Kamata. Just a 3 minute walk from Kamata station, you can enjoy their healthy Vietnamese cuisines! Since it is popular, it is strongly recommended to make reservation beforehand. Their chicken pho is so delicious! People generally spend ¥1,000 for lunch and ¥3,000~4,000 for dinner.

THI THI (Kamata)

Another popular Vietnamese restaurant in Kamata is THI THI, located just a 4 minute walk distance from Kamata station. They offer chicken pho and beef pho which are superb! Check out their other menu too, because they're all so good and reasonable! You can immerse yourself in Vietnamese atmosphere at THI THI. People generally spend ¥1,000~2,000 for lunch and ¥3,000~4,000 for dinner.

Pho 321 Noodle Bar (Harajuku/Omotesando)

If you are looking for a good pho around Harajuku/Omotesando area, Pho 321 is where you should go. This store mainly serves pho which has gentle taste, but they also have chicken rice as well. Store's atmosphere is stylish too, and it is really popular among female customers. People generally spend ¥1,000~2,000 here. Around a 5~10 minute walk from JR Harajuku station, Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin line Kitasando station, and Tokyo Metro Chiyoda line/Fukutoshin line Meiji-jingumae station.

Chopsticks (Koenji)

Chopsticks is located just a 2 minute walk distance from Koenji station. This place offers a variety of pho menus, and it is the first store in Japan that invented raw noodle pho!
Their pho menu includes standard chicken and beef pho, as well as unique kinds like chicken and tomato pho, grilled pork tsukemen (Dip noodles into a sauce) style pho, and pork and vegetables stir fried pho. People generally spend ¥1,000 for lunch and ¥2,000~3,000 for dinner.

Saigon Pho (Shin-Otsuka)

If you want to enjoy local Vietnam ambience in the deep area of Japan, Saigon Pho is where you go. They offer authentic pho here, and its unique, traditional and local atmosphere just makes everything better. Their pho menu includes pork, chicken, beef, and seafood! Just a 3 minute walk from Shin-Otsuka station, you'll find your favorite pho restaurant in Tokyo. People generally spend ¥1,000 for lunch and ¥2,000~3,000 for dinner.

Authentique (Asakusa)

Looking for an exquisite Pho experience around Asakusa? Check out Authentique, where they offer authentic pho including chicken, beef and seafood! They also have pho sao (fried noodles made with pho). People generally spend ¥1,000~2,000 for lunch and ¥4,000~5,000 for dinner. Around a minute walk from Asakusa station.

Lastly...

There are lots of restaurants that offer great pho in Tokyo. We hope you found your favorite pho restaurants from the places mentioned above!

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